Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Prince's Fire by Amy Raby - Review/Giveaway

Prince’s Fire
Hearts and Thrones #3
By: Amy Raby
Releasing April 1st, 2014


The imperial princess has been offered in marriage to the Prince of Inya as part of an alliance needed to ensure Kjall’s military prowess. And despite having been hurt in the past by men using her to gain power, Celeste finds herself falling for the passionate fire mage.

Prince Rayn has no intention of allying his country with the militaristic Kjallans. But his political enemies at home may be the greater threat. The princess’s beauty and intelligence catch him off guard, throwing an unexpected and dangerous hurdle in the way of his plans.

As a deadly political plot threatens Rayn’s life, the attraction between Celeste and Rayn ignites into a sizzling affair. But to save her people and herself, Celeste will have to discover if Rayn’s intentions are true or risk having her love burn her yet again....

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An interesting fantasy romance, that has it all politics, drama, lies and betrayal. I absolutely love the intrigue. I haven’t read the previous books but I did enjoy this one.

I really liked Celeste, she’s intelligent, loyal and a fighter, who fights for what she believes in, and I really admired that about her.

Rayn was another great character, also very loyal and the kind of prince any kingdom could ask for because he would fight and do what is best for his kingdom. Together they’re sweet, and the right amount of steamy. I really believed them as a couple.

I found myself hooked into this very fast paced plot, and I definitely recommend this story.

I received a copy in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review.

Author Info
Amy Raby is literally a product of the U.S. space program, since her parents met working for NASA on the Apollo missions. After earning her Bachelor’s in Computer Science from the University of Washington, Amy settled in the Pacific Northwest with her family, where she’s always looking for life’s next adventure, whether it’s capsizing tiny sailboats in Lake Washington, training hunting dogs, or riding horses. Amy is a 2011 Golden Heart® finalist and a 2012 Daphne du Maurier winner.

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Twitter: @amyraby

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